Fender Precision Bass made in February 1966 with a C profile neck. 8.6 lbs.
The finish is worn away on the back, On top where the arm sits and a bit by the bridge. The finish by the head-stock is worn by a guitar strap hooked to the strap pin on the neck at some point in time.
The case is a 1962/63/64 Cream Case. Clasps all work.
Except for the cigarette burn on the head-stock the guitar has no bumps, grinds, dents or extra routing.
The guitar has been serviced and the truss rod moves freely. This is a no issue player.
The chrome covers for the pick-up and the bridge are included. I would not be able to confirm if they are vintage or not. There is a marking on the plate that goes over the pickup. It is a circle with numbers which are impossible to make out.
In the full frontal shot there may be a light coming across the top. I have taken more pictures to give a better view of this area.
I currently have it listed on Reverb and would prefer to keep the bass here in Canada.
If you have any questions or need more pictures feel free to get in touch. Thanks for reading.
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